• The West dithers while Ukraine burns

    Matthew Sussex     |      January 25, 2023

    While nations like Estonia and Poland have been generous with their military support of Ukraine, larger NATO countries have dithered about sending the heavy weapons required to repulse the Russian invasion.

  • Tanks a lot

    Frank Ledwidge     |      January 21, 2023

    After almost a full year of fighting, the Western allies are finally beginning to give Ukraine the modern tanks it needs to defeat the Russian invasion.

  • Mercenaries and massive troop call-ups won’t defeat Ukraine

    Brendan Nicholson     |      January 18, 2023

    Fresh threats of a major military offensive and the use of mercenaries, many recruited in Russia’s jails, are unlikely to bring victory to Vladimir Putin a year after his invasion of Ukraine, says retired Australian Army major general Mick Ryan.

  • The battle for Soledar

    Stefan Wolff     |      January 14, 2023

    The bloody battle for Soledar highlights the brutality of Russian tactics and underlines the need for additional arms for Ukraine, including modern Western tanks and aircraft.

  • Ukraine stands firm under Russia’s terrorist bombardment

    Stefan Wolff     |      January 8, 2023

    Putin appears determined to continue his war, so forcing a change of mind in Moscow through Ukrainian fighting spirit and western support will be the only way to bring this tragedy to an end in 2023.

  • Ukraine’s miraculous Christmas

    Volodymyr Zelenskyy     |      December 25, 2022

    As the Russians rained missiles on civilians in Kherson to celebrate Christmas Day, President Zelensky delivered another inspiring message to his embattled people and the watching world.

  • We stand, we fight and we will win

    Volodymyr Zelenskyy     |      December 23, 2022

    President Zelensky of Ukraine spoke before a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress on Wednesday night, delivering an impassioned speech that thanked the United States for its support in his nation’s fight for survival against the Russian invaders.

  • Drones bring Russia into range for Ukraine

    Stefan Wolff     |      December 19, 2022

    Russia continues to pound civilian targets in Ukraine, knocking out power supplies to try to freeze its people into submission, but cheap drones are helping Ukraine fight back against the aggressor and turn the tide of the war.

  • How Czechs view the war in Ukraine

    Brendan Nicholson     |      December 17, 2022

    Vaclav Malik, a former Czech intelligence officer, sees a long war ahead in Ukraine as Russia continues its efforts to exterminate Ukraine and exhaust Western support for it.

  • Winter is coming for Russia

    Scott Lucas     |      December 15, 2022

    Winter is coming and it’s cold across Ukraine, but the bitter winds of defeat are blowing through Moscow’s Red Square.

  • Ukraine eyes the liberation of Crimea

    Frank Ledwidge     |      December 13, 2022

    The Kinburn spit, a tiny headland at the mouth of the Dniepro river, has “enormous strategic importance” in the next phase of the Ukraine war, and its recapture will be step closer to defeating the invaders and liberating Crimea.

  • Now is the winter of Russia’s discontent

    Liam Collins     |      December 10, 2022

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ground to a halt months ago, and, despite Putin’s bluster, Ukraine is now poised to win back more territory against the dispirited invaders.